Virtual Private Cloud - VPC

Add VPC

Click on Add VPC button on top right of List VPC page.

or in adapter’s options in Adapters page.

You have to filled the fields as shown in the picture below, then click on Create VPC.

Region:

Which region of AWS the VPC will be created, according with the regions you had chosen in region list.

Name:

VPC’s name to assist with identification.

CIDR:

Network address range i.e. 10.0.0.0/16.

Enable DNS Resolution:

Indicates whether DNS resolution is supported for this VPC. If ‘no’, the AWS-provided DNS server that resolves public DNS hostnames to IP addresses is not enabled.

Enable DNS Hostnames:

Indicates whether instances launched in this VPC get DNS hostnames.

Internet Attached:

To expose to Internet. VPC attached with default set of Internet Gateway.

Tenancy:

Tenancy attributes to launch VPC.

After VPC created you will be able to see it on List VPC, as shown below.

For each VPC you will have a few options to manage the VPC as shown in picture below.

Reload:

Update the information of your VPC, if you had made any change from AWS console.

Delete:

Delete an existing VPC.

When you click on red button labelled Delete you will receive a confirmation message box warning you about this action. If you confirm this operation click on OK.

If you received the message below, it means that there are services associated with this VPC and you must to delete them before delete the VPC.

Once no services are associated with the VPC you can delete the VPC and no see it anymore at List VPC.

Access:

Controls access to the VPC. Limiting a group will prevent the group from being able to provision a template or add to an environment using that VPC.

In this section, you choose the roles that will be allowed to use this VPC.

Important: If a VPC is removed from a user, they will not be able to use on the Build template.

These roles are configured on Settings > Access Management section.

Modify:

Modify your VPC settings.

Enable/Disable an option of your VPC by selecting or unselecting the check mark, then click on Update to finish.

Network:

Each VPC has a default set of Security Group, Route Table and NACL (Network Access Control List) which can be modified here. Also, you will find under this section Subnets and Subnet Group and both can be modified here as well.

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